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Here's what Zoey Deutch had to say about working with Reese Witherspoon on 'Something From Tiffany's'

Zoey Deutch, who plays the lead in the film, spoke about her experience of featuring in a swoony holiday romance.

Published: Sunday,Dec 11, 2022 04:30 AM GMT-07:00
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Zoey Deutch and Reese Witherspoon

This Christmas, you can experience the joys of love with Prime Video’s upcoming original, Something From Tiffany’s. The film revolves around a classic Christmas gift mix-up that causes two couples to cross paths in the most unexpected ways and changes their lives forever. With a star-studded cast including Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Sampson, Shay Mitchell, and Ray Nicholson, Something From Tiffany’s is based on Melissa Hill’s novel of the same name and is directed by Daryl Wein. The film will also see Reese Witherspoon returning as a producer.

Zoey Deutch, who plays the lead in the film, spoke about her experience of featuring in a swoony holiday romance. She said, "One of the themes that I love in this movie is that life, like love, is full of unexpected surprises and gifts. It is about embracing the things that you can't so it just makes you feel good and happy and nice and makes you laugh and cry."


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The Set It Up actor also shared her admiration for actor-producer Reese Witherspoon. Talking about how working with Reese is a ‘dream come true’, the actress said, "My makeup artist, who also works with Reese, reminded me that five years ago I couldn't stop talking about how wonderful Reese was and how it would be my dream to be like her and to work with her. A year after that she actually tweeted that she had seen my movie Set It Up and was wondering why I didn't do similar fun, romantic movies. That's actually what bonded us to make this movie. It was a couple of years in the making, but it really has been a dream come true to work with her. And I think it will be the first of many."

The perfect holiday romance, Something from Tiffany’s will be releasing exclusively on Prime Video on December 9 in 240+ countries and territories worldwide.


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